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The impact of wilding trees on indigenous biodiversity: a choice modelling study
(Lincoln University. Agribusiness & Economics Research Unit, 2007-12)
Invasive species are typically non-indigenous species that adversely affect the habitat they invade. The adverse impact can be ecological (e.g. extinction of indigenous species), environmental (e.g. altering ecosystem ...
Managing energy use in tourism businesses - survey results
(Lincoln University. Environment Society and Design Division, 2008-08)
In partnership with the Tourism Industry Association an online survey was sent via email to all members recorded in the TIA database. As part of a three-year project on Tourism & Oil, the responses of tourism businesses ...
Forestry and agriculture on the New Zealand East Coast: socio-economic characteristics associated with land use change
(Lincoln University. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit, 2000-06)
The topics of land use, and issues associated with land use change, have been a major theme of research in the AERU since its inception in 1962. In earlier years the research focused on pastoral land uses, reflecting the ...
Is increasing ewe prolificacy the key to increasing Canterbury dry land farm profitability? Research using linear programming as a modelling tool : a dissertation submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Applied Science at Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
(Lincoln University, 2009)
The sheep industry contributed $3.47 billion in export earnings for New Zealand in 2007. Canterbury produced 22.6% of the lambs born in the 2007/08 season, making it a significant region for lamb production. Increasing ewe ...